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​Looks like it.  I need to get the manual out again and check out the problem determination section.

 

​It appears to be throwing error code A451ZF450

"Error Code A451ZF450 - CCJ - Crappy Content Jam.  This error is typically caused by the insertion of crappy content.  Correction - unplug unit from its power source, tilt unit with entry door down and shake.  Under most circumstances this will unjam crappy content and crappy content will easily fall from the meter case.  If this fails to correct the problem, please refer to page 397 - Rebuilding Meter."

 

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​It appears to be throwing error code A451ZF450

"Error Code A451ZF450 - CCJ - Crappy Content Jam.  This error is typically caused by the insertion of crappy content.  Correction - unplug unit from its power source, tilt unit with entry door down and shake.  Under most circumstances this will unjam crappy content and crappy content will easily fall from the meter case.  If this fails to correct the problem, please refer to page 397 - Rebuilding Meter."

 

​If it ever gives PC LOAD LETTER, take it out in a field and beat the crap out of it!  :D

 

 

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​If you've had an overflow, the parody bit may be set.

​It didn't come with a parody bit - a phillips bit and a flat blade bit but no parody bit.  I'll check at the hardware store.

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​It didn't come with a parody bit - a phillips bit and a flat blade bit but no parody bit.  I'll check at the hardware store.

​Parody bits also go by the name Robertson.  They are better than the original in every way. 

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Only in Canada eh!

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​Parody bits also go by the name Robertson.  They are better than the original in every way. 

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Only in Canada eh!

​Now you're just trying to confuse me.  There is nothing odd or even about that bit.  I need a parody bit.

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Go look in the overflow bucket.

​I'm currently using that to collect rain water under the downspout.  Looks to stop raining in the next couple hours.  I could check then.

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​I'm currently using that to collect rain water under the downspout.  Looks to stop raining in the next couple hours.  I could check then.

​These are some old jokes I'm using.  I've assembled quite a few.  Someday I will compile them into a single volumn.

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​These are some old jokes I'm using.  I've assembled quite a few.  Someday I will compile them into a single volumn.

​Maybe you should talk to UglyBob's publisher.  If you get them together quickly maybe you 2 could work out a 2 for one deal.

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OH, and the good new is, I was able to get that crap @Wilbur called a parody out of the meter.  It should be good to go.

Resolution - 2 sacks with a pedal wrench.  15mm baby, no SAE crap here.

And I saved myself a trip to the hardware store and a discussion about parody bits with the young man that works there that never finished 10th grade. 

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OH, and the good new is, I was able to get that crap @Wilbur called a parody out of the meter.  It should be good to go.

Resolution - 2 sacks with a pedal wrench.  15mm baby, no SAE crap here.

And I saved myself a trip to the hardware store and a discussion about parody bits with the young man that works there that never finished 10th grade. 

​Did you remove the bias? 

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OH, and the good new is, I was able to get that crap @Wilbur called a parody out of the meter.  It should be good to go.

Resolution - 2 sacks with a pedal wrench.  15mm baby, no SAE crap here.

And I saved myself a trip to the hardware store and a discussion about parody bits with the young man that works there that never finished 10th grade. 

​Sacking with a pedal wrench is quite an achievement.  

 

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